Build condo awning to guard against killer litter like window frames? Some love it, others hate it

Residents in D'Leedon condominium, which is located off Farrer Road, can now install retractable awnings, following a ruling in June by the Strata Titles Board, which had agreed with the condominium's management corporation on its insistence on retractable instead of fixed awnings. PHOTO: ST FILE
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A metal window frame and a baby bathtub were among the pieces of killer litter that have landed on her ground-floor patio at the D'Leedon condominium over the past two years, said a home owner.

The home owner, who did not want to be named, told The Straits Times that her children were playing outside just minutes before the metal frame came crashing down last year.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on August 19, 2019, with the headline Build condo awning to guard against killer litter like window frames? Some love it, others hate it . Subscribe